We went there this past weekend for a wedding- 9/14/12 Everythinng was great! They did a wonderful job with the cocktail hour, reception was terrific and then the newly weds paid for an after party. The party was held where the cocktail hour was earlier that night. Exactly at 1am the staff closed the bar and asked the guest to immediantly leave that area. NO problem but this place is located in the woods, in the middle of no where. The exterior lights were turned off at 1am as well and you could not see a thing at all. My biggest complaint however were the rooms. It was like you were paying top dollar to stay at grandma's house. The rooms were dated! Not only were the rooms dated but you can hear word for word what guest in adjacent rooms were saying. Its like the walls are made of paper. So if you are going to spend alone time with your sinificate other, WATCH WHAT YOU SAY OR DO! Others will hear everything. The next morning around 8:30ish the building lost water. I guess its well water and the pump could not keep up with the demand of all the guest. Luckly we had bottled water to brush our teeth. Breakfast was good and the staff was not rude in my opinion.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Inn at HollyHedge Estate offers 15 luxury rooms located in a restored 18th Century farm. The stone buildings have been updated to match rustic charm, with modern comfort. Guests are welcome to enjoy 20+ acres of gardens, waterscapes, and native forests. HollyHedge has also been a leader in sustainable development by growing produce on property, using solar energy, and reducing waste through recycling, composting, and repurposing efforts. ... more less